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THIRD ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT 



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LECTUEE COURSE BEGINS OCTOBER 1st, 1879, 
COMMENCEMENT OCCURS MARCH 2d, 1880. 



IOWA CITY: 

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FACULTY. 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LL. D., President. 

A. C. COWPEBTHWAJTE, M. D., Ph.D., Dean, 
Professor of Materia Mtdica and Diseases of Women and Children. 

W. II. DICKINSON, M. D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

A. E. ROCKEY, M. D., 

Professor of Surgery. 

W. D. STILLMAN, M. D., 

Lecturer on the Therapeutics of Obstetrical Diseases. 

T. G. ROBERTS, M. D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Materia Medica. 

C. W. EATON, M. D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

W. G. EMONDS. 

Curator and Librarian. 



BOARD OF EXAMINERS. 



P. H. WORLEY, M. D., Chairman, 

M. R. WAGONNER. M. D., 

G. H. PATCHED, M. D., 

T. H. BRAGG, M. D.. 

G. E. ROBERTS, M. D., 

S. B. OLNEY, M.D., . 

H. W. ROBERTS, M. D., 



Davenport. 

Be Witt. 

Burlington. 

Hamburg. 

Waterloo. 

Fort Dodge. 

Ottumwa. 



IIOMHOIWTHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



HE third annual course of lectures will commence Wednesday, 
October 1st. 1879, and will continue until March 1st, 1880. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

Five lectures will be given each day, exclusive of clinics. Lec- 
tures on Theory and Practice, Materia Medica, Surgery, Diseases of 
Women and Children, and Obstetrical Therapeutics will be delivered 
in the Lecture Room of the Department Building. Lectures on 
Anatomy. Physiology, Obstetrics, and Medical Jurisprudence will be 
delivered in the Medical Amphitheater, in the South Building. Lec- 
tures on Chemistry will be delivered in the University Laboratory, in 
the North Building. 

While in attendance on lectures of the Medical Department, stu- 
dents will be entitled to all the privileges accorded to students in that 
department, and will conform to all requirements of said department, 
so far as such requirements may apply to the branches which they 
pursue. 

In view of the fact that the compact entered into by the Inter- 
Collegiate Conference of Homeopathic Medical Colleges has not, as 
yet, been ratified, it has been deemed advisable to continue, until 
further notice, the present general plan, which requires the student, 
upon registration, to choose one of the following courses of instruc- 
tion :— 

I. A Two Years Course, requiring the attendance of the student at 
all lectures and exercises of the department for two full terms, as has 
heretofore been the general custom in medical colleges. 

II. A Three Years Graded Course. This has been urgently recom- 
mended by the Faculty in the past, and some students have adopted 
the same. The first or Junior year of this course will include Anat- 
omy. Practical Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, and Matera Medica. 
The work in Materia Medica for this year will only cover the botan- 
ical relations of drugs, the methods of preparing them for use, and 
their general action. In the second or middle year, the studies of the 
first year will be reviewed, and, in addition, the student will be re- 
quired to take up the special analyses and syntheses of drug provings ; 
Diagnosis and Pathology of Disease; Surgical Pathology; the Mech- 
anism of Labor, and Opthalmology and Otology. During the year, 
students will be required to take a course in Practical Chemistry, and 
to attend the clinics. 



4 HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

At the end of the second yew, final examinations will be held in 
Anatomy, Physiology, and Chemistry. 

The third or Senior year will cover all the studies in Theory and 
Practice, Materia Medica, Surgery, Obstetrics. Diseases of Women 
and Children, and Medical Jurisprudence. In this year, students will 
be required to attend and assist in all the clinics. 

Clinics.— A general medical clinic, a clinic for diseases of women 
and children, and a surgical clinic will be held by the Faculty of the 
Homeopathic Medical Department. In addition to these clinics, stu- 
dents will be supplied with tickets to Mercy Hospital, which admits 
them to the surgical and ophthalmic clinics of the Medical Department . 
All patients presenting themselves at the clinics will have the privi- 
lege of examination, prescriptions,, medicines, and operations free of 
charge. Advanced students are required to make examinations at 
the clinics, and to prescribe for patients. 

The Faculty of this department are now making arrangements to 
secure the fitting up of a hospital, which it is expected will be coin- 
pleted'before the opening of the next session. 

Practical Microscopy.— Special lectures in Practical Micro- 
scopy will be given to the students of this department. 

Practical Anatomy.— The thorough study of Practical Anat- 
omy will be required of every student. Facilities for obtaining ma- 
terial are such that an abundant supply will always be provided. The 
Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy will be always ready to aid 
the student in his anatomical studies. The Anatomical Museum will 
be open to students at all hours, when lectures are not in progress. 

Operations on the Cadaver.— All kinds of surgical operations 
will be performed on the cadaver, by individual members of the class, 
under direction of the Professor -of Surgery. 

Chemical Laboratory.— The Laboratory occupies the entire 
first story of the North Building, and covers an area of 3500 square 
feet. It is supplied with the most improved and scientific apparatus 
tor the practical study of Chemistry. Every student, before receiving 
the degree of M. I).. is required to take a course in Practical Chem- 
istry. In this course is included Qualitative Analysis, first of known 
and afterward of unknown materials; Toxicology— analysis of food or 
or tissue materials in assumed cases of poisoning, and in cases insti- 
tuted with animals — including inorganic and organic poisons; Phys- 
iological and Pathological Analysis — including Analysis of Urine, 
norma] and abnormal, by qualitative, volumetric, and microscopical 
methods, and examination of tissue materials, excretions, blood- 
stains, etc. The only expense incurred in the laboratory is the actual 
cost of the chemicals and apparatus consumed by the student in his 
manipulations. 

Libraries The general Library of the University, and the De- 
partment Library are open to students on all week days, except 



STATE l M\ EE8IT1 OF K»\VA. 

during lecture hours. The Library of this Department already num- 
bers several hundred volumes of standard medical works. The gen- 
eral Library o\' the University contains over twelve thousand volumes 
and one thousand pamphlets. 

Museum.— The general Museum of the University, consisting of a 
large and valuable collection of specimens, and the Medical Museum, 
arc open to students of this department. A Cabinet has been pro- 
vided for this department, which already contains a number of valu- 
able specimens. 

Physicians are earnestly invited to send to the Curator any speci- 
men of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy, which will be 
properly labeled, with the name of the donor, and placed in the 
Museum. 

PKIZES. 

In order to induce a spirit of original inquiry among the students, 
and to stimulate a more earnest study for the perfection of the pro- 
fession which they have chosen, the following prizes will be awarded 
to the successful competitors at the close of the next session. No 
prize to be awarded, unless there are at least two competitors : — 

H. C. G. Luyties, Pharmacist, of St. Louis, offers a handsome 
buggy case to the student who passes the best general examination. 

Prof. Cowperthwaite offers a case of 30th potencies, in half- 
ounce vials, for the best thesis on any subject concerning Materia 
Medica. 

Prof. Dickinson will give a prize for the best examination in 
Theory and Practice. 

Prof. Rockey will give a fine amputating case for the best thesis 
on the Treatment of Inflammation. 

BOOKS OF KEFEKENCE. 

The following are recommended by the Professors in their respec- 
tive chairs. 

Anatomy— Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson. 

Physiology .— Flint, Dalton. 

Chemistry. — Hinrichs, Wormley, Fownes. 

Materia Medica. — Hahnemann's Materia Medica Pura; Hahne- 
mann's Chronic Diseases ; Hempel's Materia Medica, 2d edition ; 
Hale's New Remedies, 2d edition ; Allen's Encyclopedia of Materia 
Medica; Hering's Condensed Materia Medica; Hughes' Manual of 
Pharmacodynamics; Hughes' Manual of Therapeutics; Hull's Jahr ; 
Burt's Characteristic Materia Medica. 

Theory and Practice of Medicine. — Hahnemann's Organon, Chronic 
Diseases, Lesser Writings; Bonninghausen's Repertory, Intermittent 



6 HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Fever, Whooping Cough; Jahr's Symptomatology, Repertory, Clini- 
cal Guide, Forty Years Practice; Heringte Analytical Therapeutics? 

Baehr's Science of Therapeutics; GrauvogPs Text Book of Homeo- 
pathy; Raue's Special Pathology and Diagnostics; Lilienthal's The- 
rapeutics ; Clapp's Auscultation and Percussion. 

Surgery.— Helmuth, Franklin. Gross. Holmes. Bryant, Hamilton. 
Stimson ; Hamilton on Fractures and Dislocations : Bumstead on 
Venereal Diseases; Sayre on Club Foot; Sir Henry Thompson, or 
Gouley, on the Genito-Urinary Organs. In Minor Surgery and Surgi- 
cal Appliances.— Wales, Sargent: C. Henri Leonard on Bandaging. 

Obstetrical Therapeutics —Guernsey, Raue. 

Diseases of Women and Children. — Guernsey. Ludlam, Duncan. 
Ruddock, Hartmann, Minton, Leadam. 

Obstetrics.— Cazeaux, Leishmann, Hodge, Tyler. Smith. Playfair, 
Meadows. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — Wharton and Stille, Beck, Elwell. 

Microscopic Anatomy.— Strieker, Beale, Koelliker, Frey. 

Ophthalmology. — Wells, Walton, Dixon. 

Otology.— Roosa. 

Insanity. — Blandford, Eucknill and Tuke, Ray. 

FEES. 

Lecture fees, each year, for the entire course $20 00 

Matriculation ticket o 00 

Demonstrator's ticket 10 00 

Graduation fee, including diploma 25 00 

Hospital ticket Gratuitous. 

No charge for dissecting material. 

Students taking the Laboratory Course will pay for the chemicals 
used. The average expense is about five dollars. 

Alumni of this school, and other accredited medical institutions, 
will be admitted to the lectures and clinics, on taking out the matric- 
ulation ticket. 

All fees must be promptly paid, at the beginning of the session, to the 
Treasurer -of the University. 

The Faculty Ticket will be issued by the Dean only, on presen- 
ts inn of the Treasurer's receipt. Students who have attended two 
full courses of lectures in this department, shall be entitled to the third 
course of lectures, on payment of the matriculation fee — demonstra- 
tor's ticket additional. Students who have attended two full courses 
in some other duly recognized medical college, will be admitted to all 



STATE DNIVERSITX OF IOWA. 7 

the privileges o( the department, upon the payment of ten dollars, 
Which amount will not include matriculation nor demonstrator's 

tickets. 

Good Board can be obtained at from $2.50 to $5.00 per week. By 
associating in clubs, students may supply themselves with good ac- 
commodation at a material reduction from the customary prices. 

students will be furnished with all necessary information con- 
cerning boarding, by applying to the Janitor. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

To be admitted to the degree of " Doctor of Medicine " in this de- 
partment, the student must exhibit to the Dean evidence of having 
pursued the study of medicine for three years; must have attended 
two full courses of lectures, the last of which must have been in this 
institution ; must have been engaged in the study of Practical Anat- 
omy and Practical Chemistry, and must be twenty-one years of age. 

In addition to these requirements, each candidate for graduation 
must undergo a satisfactory examination in all the branches taught 
in the department, and present an acceptable thesis in his own hand- 
writing, and on a subject connected with some branch of medicine. 

The examinations will be conducted by the Faculty of this depart- 
ment, assisted by a Board of Examiners, selected for that purpose 
from the Homeopathic physicians of Iowa. 

The candidate must notify the Dean, in writing, during the first 
week in February, of his or her intention to become an applicant for 
graduation, and. at the same time, present the thesis and graduation 
fee. In case of a failure to graduate, the fee and thesis will be re- 
turned, except such part as shall be required to cover the cost of 
examination. 

The Ad Eundem Degree, in this department may be conferred 
under the following circumstances : The candidate must be in pos- 
session of an accredited diploma, and must present letters from two 
respectable physicians in regard to his moral character and profes- 
sional standing. An attendance upon lectures, from time to time, 
during the session, and a satisfactory examination must be passed on 
all subjects taught in the department. From those who receive the 
ad eundem degree, the matriculation fee and a fee of $25 will be 
required. 

For further information concerning this department, apply to the 
Dean , 

PROF. A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 



HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

CLASS OF 1878-79. 



NAME. 

Abbott, Geo. A. 
Bebout, S. R. 
Chase, W. T. 
Christie, S. J. 
Clark, Thos. A. 
Cross, A. M. 
Davis, S. F. 
Densmore, E. 
Densmore, I. 
Emonds, W. G. 
Geiger, M. F. 
Freemyer, G. L. 
Glazier, W. H. 
Henderson, J. W. 
Hitchcock, J. B. 
Hunter, L. K. 
McAlister, Lucius 
Meade, Hamilton 
Merry, W. A. 
Miller, fm. 
Newell, R. C. 
Nichols, Y. T. 
Pearse, S. S. 
Pederson, P. M. 
Poland, Geo. 
Schwartz, CM. 
Smith, W. A. 
Thompson, J. H. 
Tozier, C. M. 
Tremain, O. G. 
Van Sickle, A. R. 
Winter, F. W. 



P. O. ADDRESS. 

Iowa City. 

Osceola. 

Strawberry Point. 

Bapidan, Minn. 

Iowa City. 

Missouri Valley. 

Traer. 

Blooming Valley, Pa. 

Blooming Valley, Pa. 

Westphalia, Germany. 

Forest Grove, Oregon. 

Be Witt. 

Bichland Center, Wis. 

Minburn. 

Bichland Center, Wis. 

Leavenworth, Kas. 

Muscatine. 

Worcester, Mass. 

Cresco. 

Be Witt. 

Charles City. 

Coburg. 

Chelsea, Kas. 

Atlantic. 

Poland, Russia. 

Be Witt. 

Essex. 

Bavenport. 

Be Witt. 

Webster City. 

Washington. 

Garner. 



PRECEPTOR. 

II. P. Button. 

E. H. Wilson. 

H. C. Chase. 

A. C. Meilicke. 

Dr. Daniels. 

W. D. Stillman. 

S. Waterbury. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

Dr. Geiger. 

V. M. Law. 

A. W. Bickford. 

C. R. Henderson. 
Geo. R. Mitchel. 
T. J. Patchen. 
H. C. McAlister. 

D. T. Travers. 
L. A. Merriam. 
M. R. Waggoner. 
W. H. Palmer. 
L. C. Goodrich. 
W. H. Dickinson. 
J. H. Barnwell. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 
M. R. Waggoner. 
A. M. Stearns. 
P. H. Worley. 
M. R. Waggoner. 
J. D. Compton. 
T. G. Roberts. 
A. C. Cowperthwaite. 



GRADUATES — 1878-79. 



NAME. 


STATE. 


Davis, Sheldon F. 


Iowa. 


Newell, Robert C. 


Iowa. 


Thompson, James II. 


Iowa. 



TITLE OF THESIS. 

Diseases of the Stomach. 

Dysmenorrhea. 

Acute Bright's Disease. 








•OUKTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT 

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FACULTY. 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LL. D., 

President, 

A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, M. D., Ph. D., Dean. 

Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of 
Women and Children. 

W. H. DICKINSON, M. D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

A. E. ROCKEY, M. D., 

Professor of Surgery. 

W. D. STILLMAN, M. D., 

Lecturer on the Therapeutics of Obstetrical Diseases. 

T. G. ROBERTS, M. D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Materia Medica. 

CHARLES W. EATON, M. D., 

Assistant to the Chair of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

WM. P. GRAY, 

Curator and Librarian. 



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BOARD OF EXAMINERS. 



P. H. WOELEY, M. D., Chairman, - Davenport. 

G. H. PATCHEN, M. D., - - - Burlington. 

G. F. ROBERTS, M. D., - - - Waterloo. 

H. W. ROBERTS, M. D., - - - Ottumwa. 

H. G. GRIFFITH, M. D., - - - Marengo. 






Homeopathic Medical Department 



The fourth annual course of Lectures will commence 
Wednesday, October 6th, 1880, and will continue until March 
1st, 1881, 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

Five lectures will be given each day, exclusive of clinics. 
Lectures on Theory and Practice, Materia Medica, Surgery, 
Diseases of Women and Children, and Obstetrical Therapeu- 
tics will be delivered in the Lecture Room of the Department 
Building. Lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Obstetrics, and 
Medical Jurisprudence will be delivered in the Medical Am- 
phitheatre, in the South Building. Lectures on Chemistry 
will be delivered in the University Laboratory in the North 
Building. 

While in attendance on lectures of the Medical Department 
students will be entitled to all the privileges accordeyd to stu- 
dents in that department, and will conform to all requirements 
of said department, so far as such requirements may apply to 
the branches which they pursue. 

Students upon registration are required to select one of the 
following courses of instruction, the second being specially 
recommended by the Faculty: 

I. A Two Years* Course, requiring the attendance of the 
student at all lectures and exercises of the department for two 
full terms, as has heretofore been the general custom in medi- 
cal colleges. 

II. A graded course extending over three years, the scheme 
of instruction in which is herewith set forth: 



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HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. O 

Examinations in the graded course will take place as fol- 
lows: 

At Close of First Session — Anatomy and Chemistry. 

Chemical Analysis. 
At Close of Second Session -j Physiology. 

Materia Medica. 

Practice of Medicine. 
At Close of Third Session ■{ Surgery. Obstetrics and 

Diseases of Women. 

Students adopting this course must pass a satisfactory ma- 
triculating examination before enrolment upon the following 
subjects: 

English Language — including Grammar and Composition. 

Arithmetic — including Vulgar and Decimal Fractions. 

United States History — Geography. 

Natural Philosophy. 

A knowledge of the elements of Latin, French or German 
is desirable, but not obligatory. 

The Diploma of any High School or Academy will be ac- 
cepted in lieu of this examination. 

Students of both sexes are admitted on equal terms, and 
afforded in all respects the same facilities for acquiring a 
thorough medical education. 

OUTLINE OF THE PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

Anatomy. — The lectures in Anatomy are thoroughly illus- 
trated by all the modern aids to teaching. The lectures in 
the Fall Term are devoted to discussion of Comparative and 
Descriptive, while the Winter Term is occupied by a full con- 
sideration of Regional and Surface Anatomy, illustrated on 
the cadaver. 

Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. — In this depart- 
ment the inductive method is very largely employed in im- 
parting instruction. The lectures are profusely illustrated by 
means of charts, diagrams and blackboard figures; and the 
student is rendered practically familiar with the phenomena 
of the most important bodily functions in normal operation, 
by the constant employment of experiments upon living ani- 
mals as a means of demonstration. 



6 STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

Chemistry and Toxicology. — The course of lectures in 
Chemistry is thoroughly experimental, the large cabinet of the 
University being used freely for the purpose. The laboratory 
occupies the entire first story of the North Building, and 
covers an area of 3,500 square feet. It is supplied with the 
most improved and scientific apparatus for the practical study 
of Chemistry. Every advanced student is required to take a 
course in Practical Chemistry. In this course is included 
Qualitative Analysis, first of known and afterward of un- 
known materials; Toxicology — analysis of food or tissue ma- 
terials in assumed cases of poisoning, and in cases instituted 
with animals — including inorganic and organic poisons; Phys- 
iological and Pathological Analysis — including Analysis of 
Urine, normal and abnormal, by qualitative, volumetric, and 
microscopical methods, and examination of tissue materials, 
excretions, blood-stains, etc. The only expense incurred in 
the laboratory is the actual cost of the chemicals and appara- 
tus consumed by the student in his manipulations. 

Practical Anatomy. — The thorough study of this branch 
for at least two courses is made a condition of graduation. 
Facilities for obtaining material are such, under improved 
legislation in the State, that an abundance will always be pro- 
vided for all who may apply. The demonstrator will always 
be ready to aid and direct the prosecution of these studies, 
and, upon completion of each course of dissection, the stu- 
dent will be examined on the anatomy of the part dissected. 
If the character of dissection and the examination be satisfac- 
tory, a 'certificate to that effect will be given. 

In order that the operations of this department of the 
school may be successfully carried on, all students wishing to 
pursue a course of dissection are required to take out the 
Demonstrator's ticket prior to December 15th. 

Materia Medica. — In addition to the essential study of char- 
acteristics, especial attention will be paid to the pathogenetic 
and therapeutic relationship of drugs, and to the application 
of homeopathic provings. As each remedy is brought up for 
study, its points of agreement and disagreement with other 
remedies will be differentiated by comparison. 



HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 7 

Thbobi am- Practice. — Only the principles of homeopa- 
thy, as Bet forth by Hahnemann, will be taught. They will, 
however, be explained according to the most recent develop- 
ments in science. 

It is also the object of the teachings of this Chair to pre- 
pare the student to recognize, and treat in accordance with 
the homeopathic' method, the various tonus of disease, as met 
with in general and e\eryda\ practice. 

The Lectures will be illustrated by diagrams, wax and papier- 
mache models and pathological specimens, from the museum 
of the college, in order to enhance their usefulness, and no 
efforts will be spared to prepare the student to become a use- 
ful practitioner. 

Surgery. — The Chair of Surgery aims to combine thor- 
oughly practical, theoretical, pathological and clinical teach- 
ing. Special attention will be given to practical bandaging 
and the application of splints and dressings. Students are re- 
quired to perforin all operations upon the cadaver that are 
made upon the living subject. 

Obstetrics. — The instruction in this important department 
is complete. All modern means for illustration are employed, 
and all third-year and advanced students are carefully trained 
in the principal obstetric operations. 

Gynecology. — In this department the didactic lectures will 
be illustrated by charts, diagrams, etc., and the most approved 
methods of diagnosis and treatment will be demonstrated be- 
fore the class by means of clinical cases. 

Opthalmology^ and Otology. — The instruction in these 
branches combines didactic and clinical teaching. One lec- 
ture a week is given in the anatomy, physiology and pathology 
of the regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted 
to the diagnosis and treatment of their diseases. Large num- 
bers of cases appear at these clinics and a great many opera- 
tions of all kinds are performed. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — This branch of instruction is con- 
ducted by a distinguished jurist, and the principles of this 
important department of medicine are impressed by citation 
of an immense number of cases illustrative of the subject. 



8 STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

Insanity. — Instruction here is given by the Superintendent 
of the Iowa Hospital for Insane, at Mt. Pleasant. The Physi- 
ology and Pathology of the brain are largely discussed, and 
the various phases of derangement coming under the notice 
of the alienist are very fully treated of. 

Dentistry. — This subject, in the aspects which render it of 
interest to the practitioner of medicine, is discussed at con- 
siderable length, by a professional dentist, and is regarded by 
the Faculty as a very important part of the course. 

Clinics.— A general medical clinic and a clinic for diseases 
of women and children will be held by the Faculty of the 
Homeopathic Medical Department. In addition to these 
clinics, students will be supplied with tickets to Mercy Hospi- 
tal, which admits them to the surgical and opthalmic clinics 
of the Medical Department. All patients presenting them- 
selves at the clinics will have the privilege of examination, 
prescriptions, medicines and operations free of charge. Ad- 
vanced students are required to make examinations at the 
clinics, and to prescribe for patients. 

Libraries. — The general Library of the University and the 
Department Library are open to students on all week days, 
except during lecture hours. The library of this department 
already numbers several hundred volumes of standard medi- 
cal works. The general library of the University contains 
over thirteen thousand volumes and one thousand pamphlets. 

Museum. — The general Museum of the University, consist- 
ing of a large and valuable collection of specimens, and the 
Medical Museum are open to students of this department. A 
cabinet has been provided for this department which already 
contains a number of valuable specimens. 

Physicians are earnestly invited to send to the Curator any 
specimen of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy, which 
will be properly labeled, with the name of the donor, and 
placed in the Museum. 

BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following are recommended by the Professors in their 
respective chairs: 






HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. V 

Anatomy. — Gray, Quain, Hold en, Wilson. 

Physiology. — Flint, Dal ton. 

Chemistry, — Hinriohs, Wormley, Fownes. 

Materia Medioa. — Cowperthwaite's Text Book of Materia 
Medioa; Hering's Condensed Materia Medica; Allen's Ency- 
clopedia d( Materia Medioa; Hale's New Remedies. 

Theory and Practice. — Hahnemann's Organon; Grauvogl's 
Text Book of Homeopathy; Baehr's Science of Therapeutics; 
Raue's Special Pathology and Diagnostics; Lilienthal's Thera- 
peutics; Clapp's Auscultation and Percussion. 

Surgery. — Helmuth, Franklin, Hamilton, Smith, Stimson. 

i )b$tt triad Therapeutics. — Guernsey, Raue. 

Diseases of Women and Children. — Guernsey, Ludlam, Eg- 
gert, Duncan, Hale, Hartmann. 

oh,<tetrics. — Cazeaux, Leishmann, Hodge, Tyler, Smith, 
Play fair, Meadows. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — Wharton and Stille, Beck, Elwell. 

Microscopic Anatomy. — Strieker, Beale, Koelliker, Frey. 

Opthalmology. — Wells, Walton, Dixon. 

Otology. — Roosa. 

Insanity. — Blandford, Bucknill and Tuke, Ray. 

FEES. 

Lecture fees, each year, for the entire course $20.00 

Matriculation ticket 5.00 

Demonstrator's ticket 10.00 

Graduation fee, including Diploma 25.00 

Hospital ticket Gratuitous. 

No charge for dissecting material. 

Students taking the Laboratory Course will pay for the 
chemicals used. The average expense is about |5. 

Alumni of this school, and. other accredited medical insti- 
tutions, will be admitted to the lectures and clinics, on taking 
out the matriculation ticket. 

FEES IN GRADED COURSE. 

Lecture fees — in each of three years $15.00 

Matriculation ticket, in each of three years 5.00 

Examination fee, at end of first year 5.00 

" " " second year 5.00 

" " " third " including diploma 15.00 



10 STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 

All other fees as in schedule for other course. 
All fees must be promptly paid, at the beginning of the ses- 
sion, to the Treasurer of the University. 

The Faculty Ticket will be issued by the Dean only, on 
presentation of the Treasurer's receipt. Students who have 
attended two full courses of lectures in this department, will 
be entitled to the third course of lectures, on payment of the 
matriculation fee — demonstrator's ticket additional. Students 
who have attended two full courses in some other duly recog- 
nized medical college will be admitted to all the privileges of 
the department, upon the payment of $10, which amount will 
not include matriculation nor demonstrator's tickets. 

Good Board can be obtained at from 82.50 to So. 00 per 
week. By associating in clubs, students may supply them- 
selves with good accommodation at a material reduction from 
the customary prices. 

Students will be furnished with all necessary information 
concerning boarding, by applying to the Janitor. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

To be admitted to the degree of "Doctor of Medicine" in 
this department, the student must exhibit to the Dean evi- 
dence of having pursued the study of medicine for three 
years; must have attended two full courses of lectures, the 
last of which must have been in this institution; must have 
been engaged in the study of Practical Anatomy and Practi- 
cal Chemistry, and must be twenty-one years of age. 

In addition to these requirements, each candidate for gradu- 
ation must undergo a satisfactory examination in all the 
branches taught in the department, and present an acceptable 
thesis in his own hand writing, and on a subject connected 
with some branch of medicine. 

The final examinations will be conducted in writing, by the 
Faculty of this Department, subject to approval or rejection 
by a Board of Examiners, selected for that purpose from the 
homeopathic physicians of Iowa. 

The candidate must notify the Dean, in writing, during the 



HOMEOPATHIC HBDIOAL DEPARTMENT. 11 

tirst week in February, of his or her intention to become an 
applicant for graduation, and, at the same time, present the 
thesis and graduation fee. In case of a failure to graduate, 
the fee and thesis will be returned, except such part as shall be 
required to cover the cost of examination. 

The Ad Kindem Degree in this department may be con- 
ferred under the following circumstances: The candidate must 
be in possession of an accredited diploma, and must present 
letters from two respectable physicians in regard to his moral 
character and professional standing. An attendance upon 
lectures, from time to time during the session, and a satisfac- 
tory examination must be passed on all subjects taught in the 
department. From those who receive the ad eundem degree, 
the matriculation fee and a fee of $25 will be required. 

For further information concerning this department, apply 
to the Dean, 

Prof. A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 



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12 



STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 



GRADUATES 1879-80. 



NAME. 


STATE. 


THESIS. 


Delap, Silas C, 


Kansas. 


Intermittent Fever. 


Disbro, Jo Anna, 


Ohio. 


Erysipelas. 


Emonds, W. G., 


Ioiva. 


Treatment of Inflammation. 


Green, A. C, 


a 


Emotional and Mental Ac- 
tivities. 


Hitchcock, J. B., 


Wisconsin. 


Uterine Displacements. 


Hunter, L. K., 


Kansas. 


Inflammation. 


Schwartz, C. M. H., 


Ioiva. 


Trichiniasis. 


Van Sickle, A. R., 


a 


Cerebro-spinal-meningitis . 


Winter, F. W., 


n 


Requisites of a Physician. 



UdMEoPATHIi MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



13 



STUDENTS. 



*(trHile«l Course Students. 

tGraduated March. 1SS0. 

N a M E. 

Abbott, Geo. A., 
Anderson, H. G., 
Arbuckle, G. W., 
*Arp, Aug. H., 
Caldwell, J. Edd,B. P., 
Clark, Thos. A., 
Cartlich, J. W., 
Cross, A. M., 
*Cushman, B. V., 
fDelap, S. C, 
fDisbro, Jo Anna, B. S., 
fEnionds, W. G., 
Fleming, A. C, 
Fluno, F. J., 
Freemyer, G. L., 
Fry, Ira H., 
Geiger, M. F., 
•Gray, Wni. P., 
Green, A. C, 
Hitchcock, J. B., 
Howard, Geo., 
fHunter, L. K., 
Joy, L. E., 
*Knight, F. M., 
*Marr, H. E., 
McLeod, John, 
Meredith, S., 
Merry, W. A., 
Morton, W. M., 
Nutting, W. W. Jr., 
Nutting, W. Wallace, 



I', o. ADDRESS. 

Iowa City. 
Rochester, Minn 
St. Paul, 
Moline, Ills. 
Osage. 
Iovm City. 
What Cheer. 
Mo. Valley. 
Hannibal, Mo. 
Emporia, Ks. 
Berea, Ohio. 
Iowa City. 
Bedford. 
Madison, Wis. 
Cold water, Mich 
Ottumwa. 
Forest Grove,Or. 
Findlay, 0. 
Manchester. 
Woodstock, Wis. 
Tabor. 

Leavenworth, Ks 
Davenport. 
Decor ah. 
Onaioa City, 
loom City. 
Madison, Wis. 
Cresco. 
Davenport. 
Council Bluffs. 
Iowa City. 



PRECEPTOR. 

H. P. Button. 
I. M. Westfall. 

E. Walthers. 
P. H. Wessel. 

F. Duncan. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 
Practitioner. 
W. D. Stillman. 
J. B. Cutts. 
J. H. Marsden. 
T. C. Maughlin. 
A. E. Rockey. 
A. H. Van Vorhis. 
Dr. Twitchell. 
.Practitioner. 
H. W. Roberts. 
Wm. Geiger. 
A. C. Cowperthwaite. 
Dr. Green. 
G. R. Mitchell. 
John Cleaver. 
.T. J. Patchen. 
R. F. Baker. 
A. E. Rockey. 
C. L. Hart. 
State University. 
J. B. Bowen. 
L. A. Merriam. 
P. H. Worley. 



14 



STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 



NAME. 

Pearse, S. S., 
Peterson, P. M., 
^Poland, Geo., 
*Poulson, H. J., 
Raines, T. E., 
Remington, F. A., 
Ritchie, S. H., 
Rumsey, F. B., 
Schwartz, C. M. H., 
Shirley, J. W., 
Somers, F. M., 
Starr, J. E., 
Taylor, E. A., 
Van Sickle, A. R., 
Wilson, W. W., 
fWinter, F. W., 



P. O. ADDRESS. 

Chelsea, Ks. 
Atlantic. 
Poland. 

Council Bluffs. 
Malvern. 
Rochester, Minn. 
Iowa City. 
Emerson. 
Cedar Rapids. 
Rural Dale, Mo. 
Beatrice, Neb. 
Nebraska City, Neb, 
Ioica City. 
Washington. 
Paris, Ills. 
Garner. 



PRECEPTOR. 

W. 11. Dickinson. 

J. H. Barnwell. 

State University. 

P. W. Poulson. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

I. M. Westfall. 

Faculty. 

G. W. Rumsey. 

M. R. Waggoner. 

G. W. Day. 

John Cleaver. 

Calvin Starr. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

T. G. Roberts. 

H. L. Obetz. 

Faculty. 



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QSlVEBStTT OF UlLIMQIS LIS8ABY 

FFB 1 Ml 



Homeopathic Medical Department 



tate University of Iowa, 



Fifth Annual Announcement. 



1881-82. 



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FIFTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT 



OF TIIK 



Homeopathic Medical Department 



OF THE 



ATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 



AT IOWA CITY, 



FOR 1881-82. 



LECTURE COURSE BEGINS OCTOBER 5th, 1881. 
COMMENCEMENT OCCURS FEBRUARY 28th, 1882. 



CALENDAR. 



October 5, 1881 — Fall Term begins, Wednesday. 
December 23, 1881— Fall Term ends, Friday. 

WINTER VACATION, ONE WEEK. 

January 2, 1882 — Winter Term begins, Monday. 
February 28, 18S2 — Commencement, Tuesday. 



FACULTY. 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LL.D., 

President. 

A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, M.D., Ph.D., 

Pmft.ssor of M,tt( rid Mediea raid Diseases of Women. 

W. H. DICKINSON, M.D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

GEO. F. ROBERTS, M.D., 

Professor of Surgery. 

W. D. STILLMAN, M.D., 

Lecturer on the Therapeutics of Obstetrical Diseases. 

T. G. ROBERTS, M.D., 

Lecturer on Diseases of Children. 

C. W. EATON, M.D., 

Lecturer on Skin Diseases. 

J. E. CALDWELL, M.D., 

Lecturer on Pharmacy. 

JOS. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Curator and Librarian. 



BOARD OF EXAMINERS 



R. F. BAKER, M.D., Chairman, 

G. H. PATCHEN, M.D., 

8. B. OLNEY, M.D., 

H. W. ROBERTS, M.D., - 

J. H. CRIPPEN, M.D., 



Davenport. 
Burlington. 

Ft. Dodge. 

Ottumwa. 

Waterloo. 



Homeopathic Medical Department, 



The fifth annual course of Lectures will commence 
Wednesday, October 5th, L881, and will continue until Febru- 
ary 28th, 1882. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

Five lectures will be given each day, exclusive of clinics. 
Lectures on Theory and Practice, Materia Medica, Surgery, 
Diseases of Women and Children, and Obstetrical Therapeu- 
tics will be delivered in the Lecture Room of the Department 
Building. Lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Obstetrics, 
and Medical Jurisprudence will be delivered in the Medical 
Amphitheater, in the South Building. Lectures on Chemis- 
try will be delivered in the University Laboratory, in the 
North Building. 

While in attendance on lectures of the Medical Depart- 
ment, students will be entitled to all the privileges accorded 
to students in that department, and will conform to all the 
requirements of said department, so far as such requirements 
may apply to the branches which they pursue. 

Students, upon registration, are required to select one of 
the following courses of instruction, the second being special- 
ly recommended by the Faculty: 

I. A Two Years* Course, requiring the attendance of 
the students at all lectures and exercises of the department 
for two full terms, as has heretofore been the general custom 
in medical colleges. 

II. A graded course, extending over three years, the 
scheme of instruction in which is herewith set forth: 



State University of Iowa. 



SYSTEMATIC GRADED COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 





JUNIOR YEAR. 


MIDDLE YEAR. 


SENIOR YEAR. 








Practice 








of Medicine, 


DQ 


Anatomy, 


Physiology, 


Surgery, Obstetrics, 


R 






Medical Jurispru- 


EH 


Chemistry, 


Materia Medica, 


dence, 


H 






Insanity, 


hJ 


Materia Medica. 


Dentistry. 


Eye and Ear, 

Diseases of Women 

and Children. 


R 

O 






Operations upon the 


S 




Dissecting, II. 


Cadaver, 


« 


Dissecting, I. 


Chemical Analysis. 


Application of Splints 


1-3 




Microscopic Anatomy. 


. and Bandages. 


o 


Attendance at all 
Clinics required. 


Attendance at all 


Students are required 
to make examinations 


y 




Clinics required. 


and to prescribe for 


Hi 

o 






patients at the Clinics. 



Students should mainly confine their preliminary reading to the 
subjects of the year for which they are preparing themselves. In this 
course special recitations are given in Anatomy and Physiology, and 
extra work in Microscopic Anatomy and Practical Chemistry. 



Homeopathic Medical Department. 



Examinations in the graded course will take place as fol 
lows: 

At close of Firsl Session Anatomy and ( 'hnnist i\ . 

^ Chemical Analysis, 
At close of Second Session Physiology, 

( Materia Medica. 

^ Practice of Medicine, 
At close of Third Session — 1 Surgery, Obstetrics and 

( Diseases of Women. 

Students in this course will bo permitted to pass their ex- 
amination in Anatomy and Chemistry at the end of the sec- 
ond year if they so elect. 

Students of both sexes are admitted on equal terms, and 
afforded in all respects the same facilities for acquiring a, 

thorough medical education. 



OUTLINE OF THE PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

Anatomy. — The lectures in Anatomy are thoroughly 
illustrated by all the modern aids to teaching. The lectures 
in the Fall Term are devoted to the discussion of Compara- 
tive and Descriptive, while the Winter Term is occupied by a 
full consideration of Regional and Surface Anatomy, illus- 
trated on the cadaver. 

Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. — In this de- 
partment the inductive method is very largely employed in 
imparting instruction. The lectures are profusely illustrated 
by means of charts, diagrams, and black-board figures; and 
the student is rendered practically familiar with the phenom- 
ena of the most important bodily functions in normal opera- 
tion, by the constant employment of experiments upon living 
animals as a means of demonstration. 

Chemistry and Toxicology. — The course of lectures in 
Chemistry is thoroughly experimental, the large cabinet of 
the University being used freely for the purpose. The Lab- 



State University of Iowa. 



oratory occupies the entire first story of the; North Building, 

and covers an area of 3,500 square feet. It is supplied with 
the most approved and scientific apparatus for the practical 
study of Chemistry. Every advanced student is required to 
take a course in Practical Chemistry. In this course is includ- 
ed Qualitative Analysis — including organic and inorganic 
poisons; Physiological and Pathological Analysis — including 
Analysis of Urine, normal and abnormal, by qualitative, vol- 
umetric, and microscopical methods, and examination of 
tissue materials, excretions, blood-stains, etc. 



Practical Anatomy. — The thorough study of this branch 
for at least two courses is made a condition of graduation. 
Facilities for obtaining material are such, under improved 
legislation in the State, that an abundance will always be pro- 
vided for all who may apply. The demonstrator will always 
be ready to aid and direct the prosecution of these studies, 
and, upon completion of each course of dissection, the student 
will be examined on the anatomy of the part dissected. If 
the character of dissection and the examination be satisfactory, 
a certificate to that effect will be given. 

In order that the operations of this department of the 
school may be successfully carried on, all students wishing to 
pursue a course of dissection are required to take out the 
Demonstrator's ticket prior to December 15th. 

Materia Medica. — In addition to the essential study of 
characteristics, especial attention will be paid to the patho- 
genetic and therapeutic relationship of drugs, and to the ap- 
plication of homeopathic provings. As each remedy is 
brought up for study, its points of agreement and disagree- 
ment with other remedies will be differentiated by compar- 
ison. 

Theory and Practice.— Only the principles of Home- 
opathy, as set forth by Hahnemann, will be taught. They 
will, however, be explained according to the most recent de- 
velopments in science. 

It is also the object of the teachings of this Chair to pre- 



Homeopathic Medical Department. 



pare the student to recognize, and treat in accordance with 

the homeopathic method, the various tonus of disease, \\> inel 
witJi in general and every day practice. 

The lectures will be illust rated by diagrams, wax and 

papier-mache models, and pathological specimens, from the 

Museum o\' the college, in order to enhance their usefulness. 
and no efforts will be spared to prepare the student to become 
a useful practitioner. 

Surgery. — The Chair of Surgery aims to combine thor 
oughly practical, theoretical, pathological, and clinical teach- 
ing. Special attention will be given to practical bandaging 
and the application of splints and dressings. Students are 
required to perform all operations upon the cadaver that are 
made upon the living subject. 

Obstetrics. — The instruction in this important depart- 
ment is complete. All modern means for illustration are em- 
ployed, and all third-year and advanced students are carefully 
trained in the principal obstetric operations. 

Gynecology. — In this department the didactic lectures 
will be illustrated by charts, diagrams, etc., and the most ap- 
proved methods of diagnosis and treatment Avill be demon- 
strated before the class by means of clinical cases. 

Ophthalmology and Otology. — The instruction in these 
branches combines didactic and clinical teaching. One lecture 
a w T eek is given in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology 
of the regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted 
to the diagnosis and treatment of their diseases. Large num- 
bers of cases appear at these clinics and a great many opera- 
tions of all kinds are performed. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — This branch of instruction is 
conducted by a distinguished jurist, and the principles of this 
important department of medicine are impressed by citation 
of an immense number of cases illustrative of the subject. 

Insanity. — Instruction here is given by the Superinten- 
dent of the Iowa Hospital for Insane, at Mt. Pleasant. The 



10 State University of Iowa. 

physiology and pathology of the brain arc largely discussed, 
and the various phases of derangement coming under the no- 
tice of the alienist are very fully treated of. 

Dentistry. — This subject, in the aspects which render it 
of interest to the practitioner of medicine, is discussed at 
considerable length by a professional dentist, and is regarded 
by the Faculty as a very important part of the course. 

Clinics. — A general medical clinic and a clinic for dis- 
eases of women and children will be held by the Faculty of 
the Homeopathic Medical Department. In addition to these 
clinics, students will be supplied with tickets to Mercy Hos- 
pital, which admits them to the surgical and ophthalmic clinics 
of the Medical Department. All patients presenting them- 
selves at the clinics will have the privilege of examination, 
prescriptions, medicines, and operations free of charge. Ad- 
vanced students are required to make examinations at the 
clinics, and to prescribe for patients. 

Libraries. — The general Library of the University and 
the Department Library are open to students on all week 
days, except during lecture hours. The library of this de- 
partment already numbers several hundred volumes of stan- 
dard medical works. The general library of the University 
contains over thirteen thousand volumes and one thousand 
pamphlets. 

Museum. — The general Museum of the University, con- 
sisting of a large and valuable collection of specimens, and 
the Medical Museum, are open to students of this department. 
A cabinet has been provided for this department which 
already contains a number of valuable specimens. 

Physicians are earnestly invited to send to the Curator any 
specimens of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy, which 
will be properly labeled, with the name of the donor, and 
placed in the Museum. 



Homeopathic Medical Department. II 



BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following arc recommended by the Professors in their 
respective chairs: 

. Anatomy. — Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson. 

Physiology. — Flint, Dalton. 

Chemistry. — Hinrichs, Wormley, Fownes. 

Materia Medica. — Cowperthwaite's Text-Book of Materia 
Medics; Hering's Condensed Materia Medica; Allen's Bncv 
clopedia of Materia Medioa; Hale's New Remedies. 

Theory and Practice. — Hahnemann's ( h*ganon; Grauvegl's 
Text-Book of Homeopathy; Baehr's Science of Therapeutics; 
Raue's Special Pathology and Diagnostics; Lilienthal's Thera- 
peutics; Clapp's Auscultation and Percussion. 

Surgery. — Helmuth, Eriehsen, Bryant; Hamilton's Frac- 
tures and Dislocations; Ranney's Surgical Diagnosis. 

Obstetrical Therapeutics. — Guernsey, Raue. 

Diseases of Women and Children. — Guernsey, Ludlani, 
Eaton, Eggert, Duncan, Hale. 

Obstetrics. — Cazeaux, Leishmann, Hodge, Play fair, Mead- 
ows. 

Medical Jurisprudence. — Wharton and Stille, Beck, El- 
well. 

Microscopic Anatomy. — Strieker, Beale, Kcelliker, Frey. 

Ophthalmology.— Wells, Walton, Dixon. . 

Otology. — Roosa. 

Insanity.— Blnndford, Bucknill and Tuko, Ray. 



12 State University oj Iowa. 



FEES. 

Lecture Fees, each year, for the entire course $%Q 00 

Matriculation Ticket 5 00 

Demonstrator's Ticket 10 00 

Examination Fee (final) 20 00 

Diploma Fee 5 00 

Hospital ticket, gratuitous. 

No charge for dissecting material. 

Students taking the Laboratory Course will pay for the 
chemicals used. The average expense is about $5. 

Alumni of this school, and other accredited medical insti- 
tutions, will be admitted to the lectures and clinics, on taking 
out the matriculation ticket. 



FEES IN GRADED COURSE. 

Lecture Fees, in each of three years $15 00 

Matriculation Ticket, in each of three years 5 00 

Examination Fee, at end of first year 5 00 

Examination Fee, at end of second year 5 00 

Examination Fee, at end of third year, including diploma, 15 00 

All other fees as in schedule for other course. 

All fees must he promptly paid, at the beginning of the 
session, to the Treasurer of the University. 

The Faculty Ticket will be issued by the Dean only, on 
presentation of the Treasurer's receipt. Students who have 
attended two full courses of lectures in this department, will 
be entitled to the third course of lectures, on payment of the 
matriculation fee — demonstrator's ticket additional. Students 
who have attended two full courses in some other duly recog- 
nized medical college will be admitted to all the privilleges of 
the department, upon the payment of $10, which amount 
will not include matriculation nor demonstrator's tickets. 



Homeopathic Medical Department. \:\ 

A certificate of attendance i^> Issued to each student during 

tho last week of the session, and .ill colleges arc hereby noti- 
fied that tickets of this school are valueless unless accom- 
panied by such certificate. 

Coon Board can be obtained at from $2.50 to $5.00 per 
week. By associating in clubs, students may supply them- 
selves with good accommodations at a material reduction from 
the customary prices. 

Students will he furnished with all necessary information 
concerning boarding, by applying to the Janitor. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

To be admitted to the degree of " Doctor of Medicine " in 
this department, the student must exhibit to the Dean evi- 
dence of having pursued the study of medicine for three 
years; must have attended two full courses of lectures, the 
last of which must have been in this institution; must have 
been engaged in the study of Practical Anatomy and Practi- 
cal Chemistry, and must be twenty-one years of age. 

In addition to these requirements, each candidate for 
graduation must undergo a satisfactory examination in all the 
branches taught in the department, including Chemistry, 
Anatomy, Physiology, and Obstetrics. 

The final examinations will be conducted in writing, by 
the Faculty of the department, subject to approval or rejec- 
tion by a Board of Examiners, selected for that purpose from 
the homeopathic physicians of Iowa. 

The candidate must notify the Dean, in writing, during 
the first week in February, of his or her intention to become 
an applicant for graduation, and, at the same time, pay the 
examination and diploma fees. In case of a failure to grad- 
uate, the diploma fee will be returned. 

The Ad Eundem Degree in this department may be con- 
ferred under the following circumstances: The candidate 



14 



State University of Jaw a. 



must ho in possession of an accredited diploma, and inusi 
present letters from two respectable physicians in regard to 
his moral character and professional standing. An attend- 
ance upon lectures, from time to time during the session, and 
a satisfactory examination must be passed on all su bjects 
taught in the department. From those who receive the Ad 
Eundem Degree, the matriculation fee and a fee of $25 will be 
required. 

For further information concerning this department, ap- 
ply to the Dean, 

Prof. A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Iowa City, Iow t a. 



GRADUATES — 1880-81, 



NAME. 

Anderson, Horace 
Caldwell, J. E. 
Fleming, Amos C. 
Henderson, J. W. 
Howard, Geo. S. 
Joy, Lizzie E. 
Lount, Robert 
Merry, Weltha A. 
Miller, William 
Morton, W. M. 
Pearse, Susan S. 
Poland, Geo. 

* Robinson, G. A. (M.D.) 
Somers, F. M. 
Watzek, J. W. 
Wilson, W. W. 



KESIDENCE. 

EddyvilU. 

Iowa Falls. 
Bed/ ? ord. 
Riverton. 
Tabor. 
Davenport. 
Barrie, Ontario. 
Cresco. 
Be Witt. 
Davenport, 
Chelsea, Kansas. 
Iowa City. 
Barrie, Onteirio. 
Beatrice, Neb. 
1 } /t iladelphw, Pa. 
Paris, 111. 

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* Ad Eundem. 



Homeopathic Medical Department* 



15 



GRADEE 


I COURSE STUDENTS. 






BENIOB Vl'.AK. 




NAME. 




ki -ii. in. r. 


PB90BPTOB. 


Poland, Geo. 




//' Mta. A. 
MIDDLE TEAR 


C, Cowperthwaite. 

i 


NAME. 




BEBIDBNOB. 


PBBOXPTOR. 


Arp, II. An g. 




niinois. P. 


II. WYssel. 


Gray, Wm. J. 




Ohio. A. 


C. Cowperthwaite. 


Knight, F. M. 




Imr<l. A. 


E. Hockey. 


Marr, II. E. 




c. 

JUNIOR YEAR. 


L. Had. 

-4 


NAME. 




RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Bailey, M. E. 


(A.B.) 


Ohio. Faculty. 


Bell, S. T. 




Iowa. Robt P. Bell. 


Blough, E. W 




Pennsylvama. (i. 


G. Bickley. 


Christie, A. 




/^//v/. P. 


W. Poulson. 


Cummings, S. 


K. 


Irv&icma. R. 


S. Packson. 


Harding, E. 




R. 


S. Packson. 


Hughes, E. B. 




/^//v/. A 


. C. Cowperthwaite. 


McKee, B. 




J. 


McKee. 


Bietman, J. II 




Minnesota. J. 


H. Drake. 



NON -GRADED COURSE STUDENTS. 
SECOND YEAR. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Anderson, H. G. 


loan. 


I. M. Wcstnill. 


Banton, W. H. 


u 


B. Banton. 


Brenizer, J. G. 


Nebraska. 


B. L. Paine. 


Caldwell J. E. 


Tmoa. 


F. Duncan. 


Cowles, A. H. 


u 


J. L. Coffin. 


Dunn, R. H. 


u 


G. D. Streeter. 


Erwin, Wm. 


u 


Wm. Fuller. 


Fleming, A. C. 


u 


A. F. Dunlavy 


Foster, L. M. 


Nebraska. 


B. B. Andrews, 


Freemyer, G. L. 


Mir/tH/an. 


D. Powers. 



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Stale University of Iowa. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


I'HECIA'TOH. 


Gleason, J. C. 


Iowa. 


Practitioner. 


Gleason, Flora 


a 


Faculty. 


Golden, H. C. 


a 


T. C. Golden. 


Henderson, J. W. 


u 


W. H. Dickinson. 


Hoot, J. W. 


a 


J. G. Bickley. 


Howard, G. S. 


it 


J. Cleaver. 


Hudson, J. A. 


u 


Practitioner. 


Hullhorst, C. G. A. 


Nebraska. 


Practitioner. 


Joy, Lizzie E. 


Iowa. 


R. F. Baker. 


Lount, Robert 


Canada. 


S. M. Wells. 


Matthews, W. D. 


Lara. 


P. B. Clark. 


McGregor, Jas. 


a 


C. W. Eaton. 


* McLeod, John 


a 


Faculty. 


Merry, W. A. 


a 


L. A. Merriam. 


Miller, Wm. 


a 


M. R. Waggoner. 


Miller, T. F. 


Nebraska. 


B. L. Paine. 


Moore, S. A. 


Iowa. 


Practitioner. 


Morton, W. M. 


a 


P. H. Worley. 


Parsons, R. M. 


u 


G. F. Roberts. 


Pearse, S. S. 


Kansas. 


W. H. Dickinson. 


Printy, Jas. 


Iowa. 


J. Cleaver. 


Bobbins, Fred 


u 


C. E. Cutler. 


Robinson, G. A. (M. 


D.) Canada. 


S. M. Wells. 


Schwartz, C. M. (M. 


D.) Iowa. 


M. R. Waggoner. 


Smith, C. W. 


u 


M. Y. Baker. 


Somers, F. M. 


Nebraska. 


Faculty. 


Spencer, H. 


Colorado. 


J. H. Miller. 


Starr, J. C. 


Nebraska. 


C. Starr. 


Stephens, F. E. 


Iowa. 


C. E. Cutler. 


Taylor, E. A. 


u 


A. C. Cowperthwaite. 


Waggoner, N. 


Illinois. 


G. J. Waggoner. 


Watzek, J. W. 


Pennsylvania 


. T. L. Bradford. 


Wilcox, A. 


Iowa. 


Practitioner. 


Wilson, M. E. 


a 


G. F. Roberts. 


Wilson, W. W. 


Illinois. 


H. L. Obetz. 


Winchell, H. R. 


loam. 


G. A. Corning. 






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■884-5. 



Lecture Course Begins October 8th, 1884. 
Commencement Occurs March 3d, 1885. 



Egbert, Fidlar, & Chambers, Davenport, Iowa. 



Board of Examiners. 

R. F. BAKER, M. D., Chairman, . . . Davenport. 

W. D. STILLMAN. M D Council Bluffs. 

G. H. PATCHEN, M. D Burlington. 



FACULTY, 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LL. D., 
President. 

A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, M. D., Ph. D., 
Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of Women, and Dean of 

the Faculty. 

W. H. DICKINSON, M. D., 

Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine. 

}. G. GILCHRIST, M. D., 

Professor of Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics. 

J. S. CLARK, M.D., 

Lecturer on Therapeutics of Obstetrical Diseases, and Secretary 

of the Faculty. 

T. G. ROBERTS, M. D., 

Lecturer on Diseases of Children. 

C W. EATON, M. D., 

Lecturer on Skin Diseases. 

G. W. WILLIAMS, M. D., 

Lecturer on Pharmacy. 

JOS. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Curator and Librarian. 



il« ►mceopathic Medical Department. 



The eighth annual course of lectures will commence Wednes- 
day, October 8th, [884, and will continue until March 3d, 1885. 

COURSE OF INSTRUCTION. 

Five lectures will be given each day, exclusive of clinics. Lec- 
tures on theory and practice, materia medica, diseases of women 
and children, surgical pathology and therapeutics, and obstetrical 
therapeutics, will be delivered in the lecture-room of the depart- 
ment building. Lectures on anatomy, physiology, obstetrics, sur- 
gery, chemistry, and medical jurisprudence will be delivered in the 
new medical building. 

While in attendance on lectures of the Medical department, stu- 
dents will be entitled to all the privileges accorded to students in 
that department, and will conform to all the requirements of said 
department, so far as such requirements may apply to the branches 
which they pursue. 

Students, upon registration, are required to select one of the fol- 
lowing courses of instruction, the second being specially recom- 
mended by the Faculty : 

I. A Two Years' Course, requiring the attendance of the stu- 
dents at all lectures and exercises of the department for two full 
terms, as has heretofore been the general custom in medical col- 
leges. 

II. A Three Years Course, with three full courses of lectures, 
the second year having the special advantage of additional instruc- 
tion in microscopic anatomy and physiological work, recitations in 
special anatomy, laboratory work in chemistry, and recitations in 
materia medica. At the close of the second year, final examina- 
tions may be received in anatomy, physiology, chemistry, and ma- 
teria medica. 

All students in the advanced classes of both courses will receive 
special practical instruction in physical diagnosis, mechanical ob- 
stetrics, application of bandages, splints, and surgical dressings. 



State University of Iowa. 



Students of both sexes are admitted on equal terms, and afforded 
in all respects the same facilities for acquiring a thorough medical 
education. 

OUTLINE OF PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

Anatomy. — The lectures in anatomy are thoroughly illustrated 
by all the modern aids to teaching. The lectures in the fall term 
are devoted to the discussion of comparative and descriptive anat- 
omy, while the winter term is occupied by a full consideration of 
regional and surface anatomy, illustrated on the cadaver. 

Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. — In this department 
the inductive method is very largely employed in imparting instruc- 
tion. The lectures are profusely illustrated by means of charts, dia- 
grams, and blackboard figures; and the student is rendered prac- 
tically familiar with the phenomena of the most important bodily 
functions in normal operation by the constant employment of ex- 
periments upon living animals as a means of demonstration. 

Chemistry and Toxicology. — The course of lectures in chem- 
istry is thoroughly experimental, the large cabinet of the Univer- 
sity being used freely for the purpose. The laboratory occupies the 
first story of the north building. It is supplied with the most ap- 
proved and scientific apparatus for the practical study of chemistry. 
Every advanced student is required to take a course in practical 
chemistry. In this course is included qualitative analysis — includ- 
ing organic and inorganic poisons ; physiological and pathological 
analysis — including analysis of urine, normal and abnormal, by 
qualitative, volumetric, and microscopical methods, and examina- 
tion of tissue materials, excretions, blood stains, etc. 

Practical Anatomy. — The thorough study of this branch for 
at least two courses is made a condition for graduation. Facilities 
for obtaining material are such, under improved legislation in the 
state, that an abundance will be provided for all who may apply. 
The demonstrator will always be ready to aid and direct the prose- 
cution of these studies, and upon completion of each course of dis- 
section, the student will be examined on the anatomy of the part 
dissected. If the character of dissection and examination be satis- 
factory, a certificate to that effect will be given. 

In order that the operations of this department of the school may 
be successfully carried on, all students wishing to pursue a course 



Homoeopathic Medical Department. 



of dissection are required to take out the demonstrator's ticket 
prior to December 15th. 

Special facilities arc afforded for dissection in the commodious 
A\\d well ventilated dissecting-room of the new building — the same 
being 80 x 36 feet. 

MATERIA MEDICA. — In addition to the essential study of char- 
acteristics, especial attention will be paid to the pathogenetic and 
therapeutic relationship of drugs, and to the application oi homoe- 
opathic provings. As each remedy is brought up for study, its 
points of agreement and disagreement with other remedies will be 
differentiated by comparison. 

Theory and Practice. — Only the principles of homoeopathy, 
as set forth by Hahnemann, will be taught. They will, however, be 
explained according to the most recent developments in science. 

It is also the object of the teachings of this chair to prepare the 
student to recognize, and treat in accordance with the homoeopathic 
method, the various forms of disease, as met with in general and 
every-day practice. 

The lectures will be illustrated by diagrams, wax and papier- 
mache models, and pathological specimens, from the museum of 
the college, in order to enhance their usefulness ; and no efforts will 
be spared to prepare the student to become a successful practi- 
tioner. 

Surgery. — The chair of surgery, in the medical department, 
will instruct in practical and clinical surgery. All candidates for 
examination are required to perform such operations upon the 
cadaver as are made upon the living subject, and will be expected 
to assist at clinics. Prof. Gilchrist, in this department, will give a 
full course of lectures on the pathology and therapeutics of surgical 
diseases. 

Obstetrics. — The instruction in this important department is 
complete. All modern means for illustration are employed, and 
advanced students are carefully trained in the principal obstetric 
operations. This course is also followed by a special course on the 
homoeopathic therapeutics of obstetrical diseases. 

Gynecology. — In this department the didactic lectures will be 
illustrated by charts, diagrams, etc., and the most approved meth- 
ods of diagnosis and treatment will be demonstrated before the 
class by means of clinical cases. 



State University of Iowa. 



Ophthalmology and Otology. — The instruction in these 
branches combines didactic and clinical teaching. One lecture a 
week is given in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the 
regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted to the diag- 
nosis and treatment of their diseases. Large numbers of cases 
appear at these clinics, and a great many operations of all kinds 
are performed. 

Dentistry. — A special department of dentistry has been estab- 
lished, to the privileges of which students of this department are 
admitted. 

Clinics. — A general medical clinic and a clinic for diseases ot 
women and children will be held by the Faculty of the Homoeop- 
athic Medical department. In addition to these clinics, students 
will be supplied with tickets to Mercy Hospital, which admit them 
to the surgical and ophthalmic clinics of the Medical department. 
All patients presenting themselves at the clinics will have the privil- 
ege of examination, prescriptions, medicines, and operations, free 
of charge. Advanced students are required to make examinations 
at the clinics, and to prescribe for patients. 

Libraries. — The general library of the University and the de- 
partment library are open to students on all week-days, except dur- 
ing lecture hours. The library of this department already numbers 
several hundred volumes of standard medical works. The general 
library of the University contains over 14,000 volumes and 1,000 
pamphlets. 

Museum. — The general museum of the University, consisting of 
a large and valuable collection of specimens, and the medical mu- 
seum, are open to students of this department. A cabinet has been 
provided for this department, which already contains a number of 
valuable specimens. 

Physicians are earnestly invited to send to the curator any speci- 
mens of healthy, morbid, or comparative anatomy, which will be 
properly labelled with the name of the donor, and placed in the 
museum. 

BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following are recommended by the professors in their re- 
spective chairs : 

Anatomy — Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson, Allen. 



Homoeopathic Medical Department, 9 

Physiology — Flint, Dalton, Foster. 

Chemistry- -Hinrichs, Fownes, Roscoe, Besanez, Greene. 

\e Analysis Neubauer and Vogel, Hoffmann and Ultzmann, 

Marshall and Smith ^Casselmann . 

Toxicology Wormley, Dragendorff, Sonnenschein, Woodman, 

Tidy. 

Materia Me die a -Cowperthwaite's Text- Book of Materia Medica, 
Hering's Condensed Materia Medica, Allen's Encyclopedia of Ma- 
teria Medica, Hale's New Remedies. 

Theory and Practice — Dickinson's Theory and Practice of Med- 
icine, Hahnemann's Organon, Grauvogl's Text-Book of Homoe- 
opath v, Baehr's Science of Therapeutics, Raue's Special Pathology 
and Diagnostics, LilienthaTs Therapeutics, Clapp's Auscultation 
and Percussion. 

Surgery — Erichsen, Bryant, Hamilton's Fractures and Disloca- 
tions, Holmes, Agnew, Rindfleisch, Billroth, Stephen Smith. 

Surgical Pathology and Therapeutics — Gilchrist's Surgical Thera- 
peutics, Gilchrist's Surgical Emergencies, Gilchrist's Minor Surgery, 
Erichsen, Bryant, Stephen Smith. 

Obstetrical Therapeutics — Guernsey, Raue, Leavitt. 

Diseases of Women and Children — Guernsey, Ludlam, Eaton, 
Eggert, Duncan, Hale. 

Obstetrics — Cazeaux, Leishmann, Hodge, Playfair, Meadows. 

Medical Jurisprude?ice — Wharton and Stille, Beck, Elwell, Mc- 
Clelland's Civil Malpractice. 

Microscopic Anatomy — Strieker, Beale, Kcelliker, Frey. 

Ophthalmology — Mittendorf, Noyes, Stellwag. 

Otology — Roosa, Burnett. 

Insanity — Blandford,,Bucknil and Tuke, Ray. 

Diseases of Children — Duncan, Edmonds. 

FEES. 

Lecture fees, each year, for the entire course, . . $20.00. 

Matriculation ticket, ...... 5.00. 

Demonstrator's ticket, 10.00. 

Examination fee, including diploma, . . . 25.00. 

Hospital ticket, 3.00. 

No charge for material. 



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Students taking the laboratory course will pay for the chemicals 
used. The average expense is about $5. 

Alumni of this school, and other accredited medical institutions, 
will be admitted to the lectures and clinics, on taking out the ma- 
triculation ticket. 

Students who have entered the three-term course will be con- 
tinued as enrolled; the fees in all cases amounting only to the 
aggregate of the two years' course as above specified. 

All fees must be promptly paid, at the beginning of the session, to 
the treasurer of the University . 

The Faculty ticket will be issued by the dean, only on presenta- 
tion of the treasurer's receipt. Students who have attended two 
full courses of lectures in this department will be entitled to the 
third course of lectures on payment of the matriculation fee, but 
not to dissection. Students who have attended two full courses in 
some other duly-recognized medical college will be admitted to all 
the privileges of this department upon the payment of $10, which 
amount will not include matriculation nor demonstrator's tickets. 

A certificate of attendance is issued to each student during the 
last week of the session, and all colleges are hereby notified that 
tickets of this school are valueless unless accompanied by such cer- 
tificate. 

Good board can be obtained at from $3 to $5 per week. By 
associating in clubs, students may supply themselves with good 
accommodations at a material reduction from the customary prices. 

Students will be furnished with all necessary information concern- 
ing boarding by applying to the janitor. 

Students will find themselves provided with the best accommoda- 
tions to be found in the west in the new Medical building recently 
completed for all lectures had in common with the Medical depart- 
ment. 

The building erected for the Homoeopathic Medical department 
is pleasant, commodious, and conveniently located. 

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION. 

All candidates for admission to the course of medical lectures 
must give evidence of a good English education. 



Homoeopathic Medical Department 1 1 



It* the applicant is a graduate of a literary or scientific college, or 
presents the certificate of having passed the entrance examination 
of such an institution, or the certificate of graduation from a high 

school or academy, it will be accepted in lieu of an examination. 

In any other case, the candidate must pass an examination before 
a committee of the Faculty, -*- s follows: A written composition, not 
to exceed a page of foolscap, on a given subject, which will be the 
test oi orthography, grammar, etc.; an examination in common 
arithmetic, history of the United States, in geography and element- 
ary physics or natural philosophy 

Students from other schools not requiring preliminary examina- 
tions must present credentials or be examined for admission. 

Certificates of qualification should be presented the first day of 
the term. The examining board of the Faculty will meet those re- 
quiring examination during the first week of the term. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

To be admitted to the degree of "Doctor of Medicine" in this 
department, the student must exhibit to the dean evidence of having 
pursued the course of medicine for three years ; must have attended 
two full courses ot lectures, the last of which shall have been in this 
institution; and be twenty-one years of age. 

In addition to these requirements, each candidate for graduation 
will undergo a satisfactory examination in all the branches taught 
in the department, including chemistry, anatomy, physiology, ob- 
stetrics, and surgery. 

The final examinations will be conducted in writing, by the Fac- 
ulty of the department, subject to approval or rejection by a board 
of examiners selected for that purpose from the homceopathic phy- 
sicians of Iowa. 

The candidate must notify the dean, in writing, during the first 
week in February, of his or her intention to become an applicant 
for graduation, and, at the same time, pay the examination fee. 
In case of a failure to graduate, twenty per cent of the fee will 
be returned. 

The Ad Eundem Degree in this department may be conferred 
under the following circumstances : The candidate must be in pos- 



12 State University of Iowa. 



session of an accredited diploma, and must present letters from two 
respectable physicians in regard to his moral character and profes- 
sional standing-. An attendance upon lectures, from time to time 
during the session, and a satisfactory examination must be passed 
on all subjects taught in the department. From those who receive 
the Ad Eundem Degree, the matriculation fee and a fee of $25 will 
be required. 

For further information concerning this department, apply to the 
dean. 

A. C. COWPERTHWAITE, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 



Alumni association. 



On March 4th, 1884, a meeting was held for the purpose of or 
ganizing an Alumni Association. Officers were elected, and a com- 
mittee appointed to prepare a programme for the next annual 
meeting, to be held in Iowa City, March 3d, 1885, at 4 p. m. 

The object of this association is to promote the interests and ex- 
tend the influence of the Homoeopathic Medical Department of the 
State University of Iowa, and for mutual benefit intellectually and 
socially. 

All alumni are cordially invited to be present at the next meeting. 
They are also requested to send in their names and addresses to the 
secretary of the association. 

A. H. Thomas, M. D., President, 

State Center, Iowa. 
C. W. Pyle, M. D., Secretary, 

Keosauqua, Iowa. 



GRADUATING CLASS-1884, 



Barr, Geo. W. *Myers, Mary A. 

Dickinson, D. W., B. Ph. Peery, Bessie E. 

Hartmann, Ossian. Pyle, Chas. W. 

Huxley, A. T. Remington, F. A. 

Keller, Francis. Thomas, A. H. 

Meredith, W. C. Wilbur, Carrie A. 

*Deceased, April 8th, 1884. 



Homccopatkic Medical Department. 



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GRADED COURSE STUDENTS. 
S] NIOR YEAR. 



\ Wll ■'. 

Hartmann, Ossian 

Peery, Bessie E. 
Pyle, Chas. W. 

Wilbur, Carrie A. 



RESIDENT i . 

Iowa City, Iowa. 
Trenton^ Mo. 

Pittsburg, Iowa. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



PRECEPTOR. 

State University. 
State University. 
E. C. Pyle. 
University of Mich. 



Coleman, Chas. W. 
Cotton, Mary A. 
Kile, Wm. T. 
Wagner, Martha 



MIDDLE YEAR. 

Pine Island, Minn. 
Ioiva City, Iowa. 
Griswold, Iowa. 
Hamburg, Iowa. 



C. H. Glidden. 
State University. 
C. V. Wilder. 
T. H. Bragg. 



Becker, Fred J. 
McQuilkin, J. R. 
Preston, Abi L. 
Strawbridge, F. A. 



JUNIOR YEAR. 

Clermont, Iowa. 
Clinton, Iowa. 
Newton, Iowa. 
Iowa City, Iowa. 



F. Becker. 

C. Yeomans. 

M. E. Kuntz. 

A. C. Cowperthwaite. 

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NON- GRADED COURSE STUDENTS. 



NAME. 

Barr, Geo. W. 
Dickinson, D.W., B. 
Hoot, Jerome W. 
Huxley, A. T. 
Keller, Francis 
Martin, Mary S. 
Meredith, W. C. 
Myers, Mary A.* 
Remington, F. A. 
Thomas, A. H. 
Winchell, H. R., M. 



SENIOR YEAR. 

RESIDENCE. 

Ioiva City, Iowa. 
Ph. Des Moines, Iowa. 

Marion, Iowa. 

Hampton, Iowa. 

Dallas, Texas. 

Tabor, Iowa. 

Caro, Mich. 

Mendota, III. 

Woonsocket, Dak. 

Hastings, Iowa. 
D. Rich Hill, Mo. 



PRECEPTOR. 

A. E. Rockey. 

W. H. Dickinson. 

Faculty. 

G. A. Corning. 

Geo. Peltzer. 

M. Pinkerton. 

S. F. Chase. 

F. Duncan. 

I. M. Westfall. 

F. B. Rumsey. 

Practitioner. 



*Peceased, April 8th, 1884. 



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State University of Iowa. 



NAME. 

Blakeslee, M A. 
Bray, Nicholas 
Coulter, Elva M. 
Christian, Rial 
Christie, Anna 
Dailey, A. 
Harris, N. R. 
Hunt, A. O., D. D. S. 
Kellett, T. A. 
McClean, S. N. 
Scott, Jos. R. 
Spatz, J. E. 



JUNIOR YEAR. 

RESIDENCE. 

Topeka, Kas. 
Washington, Iowa. 
Iowa City, Ioiva. 
Mo dale, Iowa. 
Council Bluffs, Iowa. 
Sheffield, Iowa. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
Iowa City, Iowa. 
La Porte, Iowa. 
Wash ington , Ioil 'a . 
Mt. Pleasant, low a. 
Macon, A Jo. 



PRECEPTOR. 

S. P. Swift. 
T. G. Roberts 
A. E. Rockey. 
Practitioner. 
P. W. Poulsen. 
G. A. Corning. 
C. W. Eaton. 
State University. 
Faculty. 
T. G. Roberts. 
J. H. Drake. 
State University. 



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